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Here's a way to keep up with what YOUR GOVERNMENT is doing!

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Find out what’s happening in the White House, watch a video on the latest NASA space launch, and view photos showing activities of the Department of Defense. Find out who’s writing another bill and how much it will cost, read speeches from congressmen and women, and learn what the Federal Reserve is doing to change the banking system. You can even search for a specific topic and find out what’s happening related to that particular topic.



Nagyon Szuper!!!

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Very cool indeed, is what I think of Amir Markish’s Radio Hungary ($1.99) which has a very user friendly interface allowing you to search Hungarian Radio stations being broadcast online.  Save your favorites and play.



Tripping the app fantastic

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I am so… like hooked on Larry Weinberg’s PhototTropedelic ($1.99) app man, it’s unreal.  Ok, enough of the 70’s talk, this is an interesting app in how it creates its effect, which I think is great! 



Geeks of the world unite!!

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Geeks of the world unite!  It takes some guts and skill to develop a game around Erwin Schrödinger classic cat experiment designed to illustrate the incompletenes of the theory of quantum mechanics. Enter SouthPeak Games vision of Schrödinger's Rat (.99).  Head spinning yet?  Your IQ might just end up a couple points higher on the Wechsler Scale if you play this game a lot.



A new Cat in the Hat

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I continue to find gems in educational apps, and here's a great example - OceanHouse Media's reimagined eBook for Dr. Seuss The Cat in the Hat ($3.99), and a number of other books too.



Video Genius — another free app for recording video on older devices

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We've been covering apps that let you record video on older-model iPhones that didn't come with video capability. The most recent entry is Video Genius, which is currently free in the App Store. It records at a rate of 10 frames per second, but is limited to 40-60 seconds. If you want to shoot longer, then it has a lower res mode of 4 frames per second that lets you take onger videos.



The Game Trail — free app helps you find games that you like

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I'm not a gamer, but if I were I think this app would be quite useful. The Game Trail (free) is simply a handy new app that provides game trailers and video reviews. You can view featured games, top 250,or new games, as well as search.



Review: Sonos ZonePlayer S5 Unboxing

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The ZonePlayer S5 was one of the award-winning gadgets featured in my recent CES coverage, and thou



Awards Hero: Oscars Edition — all about the 2010 nominees, and winners from the past

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The new Awards Hero: Oscars Edition app ($0.99) lets you pick the winners and share your picks on Twitter. The app also offers trailers and information about the 2010 nominees, as well as a database of information about all the nominees and winners dating back to the beginning in 1927.



Games 2010 — $0.99 app for following the Olympics

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A few days ago I posted about the free Winter 2010 app for following the Olympics. Another option available is Games 2010, a $0.99 app that gives you up-to-the-minute news from over 30 news sources, ranging from the New York Times and ESPN to the BBC and the Associated Press. In addition, the app includes a range of other content, including pictures, videos, medal standings, latest results, TV schedules, event schedules, and interviews.



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